Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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I would have liked to have seen a little more edge to the comedy of this movie.
Clearly, the words frivolous and scatterbrained are in play here.
Not enough laughs, but a bit hilarious in this crazy adventure trip sequel, as well as I see the squirrels aren't real (made in CGI) like when these are going to growl and attack onto strangers.
Without a Paddle: Nature's Calling has nothing at all to do with the first movie. This movie revolves around a guy who meets a vegetarian animal-rights crusader while on the first day of high school, she gets expelled the second day before she can so his 'cool' homemade 'Meat is Murder' T-shirt. Anyways his little friend, who works in a nursing home, accepts the dying wish of an ancient old lady to find her grand-daughter, whom winds up being, little Mizz Feminist crusader. So he, his friend, and a snotty English guy with ulterior motives travel to her last known whereabouts deep in the rain-forests. This movie was atrocious, the joke aren't just easily telegraphed, they're also massively unfunny, the acting is sub-standard and I didn't give a toss about any of the characters involved in the least. Also Jerry Rice was a great football player, and as an actor he was a great football player. That was seriously painful to watch.
The best thing about this film was the boob jokes and the crazy squirrles..thats about it...I gave it a 2 1/2 because I did laugh out loud once or twice but mostly at the total stupidity...and all the damn enviromental preaching got right on my nipple ends....shame. I quite enjoyed the first one.
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